Publisher 505 Games and developer ECC Games S.A. have released drift-racing simulator DRIFTCE today on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. ECC Games is the studio behind Car Mechanic Simulator and GearShirt, and you can see some of that DNA in DRIFTCE. It features 12 officially licensed drift vehicles, including the Toyota AE86, Mazda MX5, and BMW E46 M3, as well as laser-scanned real life tracks like Mount Haruna.
Outside of the racing, you can also tweak and customize your ride to build the drift car of your dreams with more than 1,800 components from engines to suspensions to wheels. There’s also a nice variety of modes at launch, including career mode, quick race, sandbox, free ride, solo run, time attack, and Gymkhana. I’m kind of digging the look of this! Check out the launch trailer: